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Fatal Accident

Updated: 01/13/2004 - An investigation continues into a fatal accident Monday in Noxubee County.

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Road Bonds for City and County

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Leaders say a proposed road bond issue for Lauderdale County will be used for projects inside as well as outside Meridian.

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Barbour Taps Temp for Medicaid

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Governor-elect Haley Barbour named an interim director for the state division of Medicaid, while a permanent replacement is sought.

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Dems Stump in Iowa

Updated: 01/12/2004 - The democratic presidential candidates were busy Monday picking up endorsements, raising money and courting voters in Iowa.

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Muslim Claim Rejected

Updated: 01/12/2004 - The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a lawsuit brought by a Muslim who challenged the design of Mississippi's state flag.

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Snowden: State Tax Hike Unlikely

Updated: 01/12/2004 - A Meridian legislator told government leaders that new leadership in Jackson are not looking at raising taxes.

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Airport Report

Updated: 01/12/2004 - There's good news for Meridian Regional Airport.

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Ten Commandments Controversy Continues

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor is responding to the most recent challenge presented by former Chief Justice Roy Moore.

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Fire Arrest Update

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Authorities have released the name of a man charged with a fire, which destroyed two homes last week in Lisman.

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Harpole May Go to Supreme Court

Updated: 01/11/2004 - Johnny Harpole may take his case against Sheriff Sam Tisdale to the Mississippi Supreme Court.

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Board of Health Revamp

Updated: 01/11/2004 - Proposed legislation to revamp Mississippi state Board of Health.

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Alabama Parole Block

Updated: 01/11/2004 - Gov. Bob Riley's plan to speed up paroles for thousands of Alabama inmates is being opposed.

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JSU Expansion Opposed

Updated: 01/11/2004 - Jackson State University’s plan to expand its campus and improve the surrounding neighborhood has drawn fire from some surrounding property owners.

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Choctaw County Arrest

Updated: 01/10/2004 - Arrest made in fires that destroyed two homes in Lisman, Alabama last Tuesday.

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WTOK Televises Inauguration

Updated: 01/12/2004 - WTOK will bring you the inauguration of Haley Barbour live on Tuesday, Jan. 13.

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Terror Alert Lowered

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The terror alert in the United States has been lowered from its high point over the holidays.

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Barbour Endorses Bi-State Partnership

Updated: 01/09/2004 - Efforts to create a joint plan between Mississippi and Alabama to attract jobs to both states is continuing to gain momentum.

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House Demolition Update

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The initiative to tear down 25 dilapidated and condemned houses in Meridian has received a financial boost.

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Soldier Killed

Updated: 01/09/2004 - A soldier from Alabama was one of nine servicemen killed in a Thursday crash of a Blackhawk medivac helicopter near Fallujah, Iraq.

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Hanging Anniversary

Updated: 01/09/2004 - It was one year ago Friday that 23-year-old Nick Naylor was found hanged to death in a wooded area in Kemper County.

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Enrollment Up!

Updated: 01/09/2004 - It's back to school for some local students.

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Noxubee Arrests

Updated: 01/09/2004 - Noxubee County authorities have broken up one of perhaps several theft rings.

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Trucker Dies in Crash

Updated: 01/08/2004 - An 18-wheeler collided with a vehicle being towed early Thursday morning on Interstate 20/59 in Sumter County, killing the truck driver.

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Blood Shortage Critical

Updated: 01/08/2004 - A multiple shooting in Tuscaloosa Thursday emphasized the problem of a critical shortage of blood for United Blood Services in Meridian.

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